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  • O-Yo Frozen Yogurt
    At O-Yo Frozen Yogurt, a team of fro-yo curators offers a wide range of yogurt flavors and toppings for patrons to mix and match. Frozen yogurts are made from fresh ingredients and are served in cups or freshly made waffle cones.
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    136 Humphrey St
    Swampscott, MA US
  • Revere Center Cafe
    Cuisine Type: American/Italian breakfast and lunch Established: 2014 Reservations: Optional Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Omelets, eggs benedicts Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: None Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only Outdoor Seating: No In addition to satisfying grumbling stomachs with traditional diner breakfast and lunchtime staples?all of which are made to order in house?the chefs at Revere Center Caf? offer more creative options. These include a chicken- or tuna-salad sandwich that replaces the bread with breaded eggplant, or Sazon potato and chicken omelets ?both of which are popular with the customers, according to owner Roger. Classic eats at the restaurant include chocolate-chip pancakes, steak and eggs, burgers, and fresh salads.
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    7B Everett St.
    Revere, MA US
  • Jitters Cafe Melrose
    Once they open the shop in the early morning, Jitters Cafe's sandwich makers stop looking at the clock. They prepare their slate of breakfast paninis any time of the day, giving patrons the ability to bite into hot ham-and-egg sandwiches or scarf down grilled-cheese sandwiches whenever the mood strikes. The lunch hour unlocks another list of paninis and salads that join in the hunger-fighting mission throughout the rest of the day. Each sandwich is made with bread freshly delivered that morning from local sources and pairs well with the shop’s brewed coffee.
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    12 Main St.
    Melrose, MA US
  • I Love Milkshakes
    Straight from Brazil, I Love Milkshakes takes the concept of self-serve yogurt one step further. Here, cups get filled with either ice cream or frozen yogurt, then blended with fruit or other sweets to create a sippable treat. To complement their sweet shakes, customers can warm up with hot coffee drinks or nosh on waffles wrapped around a stick, perfect for dunking or beating away a corn-dog salesman.
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    132 Main St
    Everett, MA US
  • Sofa Cafe
    A lot of people love coffee. But you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who loves it more than Diego Gonzales, who ditched his first career to tour South America, the United States, and Europe and learn about different methods of coffee production. By then an internationally trained barista, Gonzales opened the first Sof? Caf? in S?o Paulo. After finding success with three locations there, he opened his first shop in the U.S., bringing to Boston his signature like-home style: painted cabinets, plush couches, and exposed brick. And just like at home, guests can have their coffee made whichever way they like. Sof? Caf?'s baristas have an Aeropress, a Chemex, a french press, and a Hario V60 on hand. Among the specialty drinks available, there is the Zest (a cup of espresso with a hint of citrus) and the Affogato (a Sof? Caf? creation). There are plenty of cold drinks, too, including the Cult?iced espresso, milk, Nutella, and Bailey's creamer. And like a rapper's voicemail greeting, the food is totally fresh, with macarons, sticky buns, and croissants all delivered fresh daily.
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    217 Newbury St.
    Boston, MA US
  • Swiss Bakers
    Inside swissb?kers, guests wont find standard bakery goods. Instead, everything there is authentically Swiss?including the founders, Helene and Thomas, who may even stop by your table. Baked fresh every morning with no additives or artificial ingredients using recipes created by Helene Stohr, traditional Swiss Berliners as well as sweet and savory croissants line the pastry cases alongside beautiful cakes and tarts. Other fresh-baked goods include a variety of breads like original pretzel rolls and Choco Weggli, treats like traditional cookies, and more hearty quiches and soups. Swissb?kers also prepares a weekend brunch of m?seli, eggs, bacon, challah, Swiss toast, and fresh fruit. For larger groups, catering is available, delivering platters of Swiss-style cookies and breakfasts to offices or Y2K bunkers that ran out of food.
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    168 Western Avenue
    Boston, MA US
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